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Google recently rolled out a new YouTube feature that lets you watch videos privately on your phone. That means you can watch content without Google keeping track, sort of like the private mode in your web browser.
It also means the app won't store your viewing history. If you hand your phone to a son or daughter, for example, you can put your phone in incognito mode so YouTube doesn't start recommending younger-skewing content to you.
The feature is available for Android phones now and will come to iPhone soon. Here's how you use it.
Google won't track what you're doing, and the history won't be available on your account. But Google warns schools and office administrators might still be able to see what you're viewing in Incognito if they manage your Google account or WiFi network, so you might want to keep it PG if that's the case.
Also, if you're interested in doing this on your computer, use my guide to surfing the web anonymously.